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management, personnel management and i.t. systems to make it work. harlan kelly is responsible for all of that. [applause] >> good afternoon. first, i would like to thank spur and mfac for this prestigious award. also, ed harrington for nominating me. also, a special thanks to my family. mason, kelly, tray, my wife, naomi, my sister joy, and my mother-in-law. they have been supporting me for a long time. behind this individual all board, there's a team of people that are responsible for making things happen. just for a moment, i want the puc to raise their hand and give a shout. we have a lot of folks who really committed in making the systems wwork. again, we have billions of dollars that we are entrusted with delivering in a timely way, which needs to be within budget. systems like this will really elevate and make it really transparent that we are delivering these programs in a very conscious and deliberate way so we can save the ratepayers' money. with that, i just want to thank you guys for this award. thank you. [applause] [applause] >> if you are a consultant or you work for a c
. i've had an opportunity to work with ed, harlan, and jocelyn. behalf of all of us. we are also very lucky to have a bunch of people from sfmta, many of them are here. my job is to introduce the awardees. please join me and give a hand for jay primus, george reynolds, steven lee, and lorraine fuqua. >> thank you. this is a tremendous honor. it really does feel fabulous to be recognized. one of the relief fund things about this project is that it is just complex enough and just big enough that it is truly a case where hundreds of people were required to really get it off the ground. there's really nothing -- that's the kind of thing we dream about. working shoulder to shoulder with that many people to make something happen. it has never happened before. what a pleasure. unfortunately, the mfac award is limited to four people. we are up here representing an entire team. some of that court team is here tonight, including lauren, alex, lisa foster, hank wilson, lesley, jason lee, and brendan monaghan. [applause] those are some of the folks -- those are just some of the folks that really
. >> when you say 2.5 cents is that literally -- like the $21.97 would go to $21.99? >> harlan kelly, general manager, so it's about $6 per month versus 11-dollar premium that we have equivalent to $6. >> yes, and that's for -- that's reflective for the cost difference between providing a renewable energy credit versus firmed and shaped renewable power, so it's the product difference that is embedded in that price difference which goes to commissioner olague's statement that people need to understand the value behind what the price premium is addressing. >> and credit that pg&e can purchase rather than generate the clean power themselves . correct. >> correct. >> and we limit that component to 5% of the overall portfolio. >> thank you. commissioner moran any other? >> no. >> commissioner vietor. >> yes, i had a follow up with that. with the code of kukd and the script and how we talk about the cleanpower sf and the pg&e offering and i don't know if that is sort of -- you talked about that internally i imagine but i think that would be a very important part of the roll out plan and
. harlan? >> i'm sorry, commissioner, whats was the question? >> the question was i failed to see our discussion time for the disposal of our real estate. >> okay. >> and that is an oversight on my part, i apologize. i'll make sure it gets on the advanced calendar and we have it in the next meeting or two. >> thank you. >> all right. commissioner vietor. >> i had an item under commission business, item number 6. just a quick item on the lake merced meeting in the community that we were going to calendar. and just want to find out if there is progress made and if we have a date set for that. >> ka canoes will be provided? >> [speaker not understood]. we have not set a date for that e. we have been trying to set a meeting with management for rec and park the next week or so. we can actually set a date and set an agenda for that. >> so, if you could please by our next meeting have a date, couple of proposed dates for us to review, that would be great. thank you. >> great. any other comments on that? all right. item number 10. >> item 10, approve amendment no. 1 to agreement cs-968, envir
's never the time to bring up abortion. that's what he did. harlan williams will also be with us. and also, make sure you go to our website comedycentral.com/tosh.0 to see all of our videos and blogs. >> last week we asked you to go to our website to tell me if my response video was racist. the results are in, no it was not, but all of the people who commented on it, are. seriously go read the comments. people are fearless when no one sees you. speaking of racist, last week we showed you asians doing christopher walken impressions, and we accidentally put the same guy in it multiple times. but in our defense, to a round eye, you do look similar. as a honky, i can say round eye, i think. we might pause and edit that out. i leave you with a lovely mashup of white girls doing bill cosby impressions. >> i'm bill cosby. >> the pudding. what you got to do with if you put the pudding in the spoon in your mouth and twirl it out and spit it rudy. and camille. i'm bill cosby. [laughi [laughing]. >> she has got a gift. thank you. we'll see you next 0 captioning sponsored by comedy central ["the colb
and then dies almost immediately in harlan a few later. so nixon was looking to replace black, but he certainly -- he was hoping he could keep harlan because he really liked harlin, but he was also inclined and have a lot of issues. so by this time, nixon attorney general mitchell have decided to take this thing over themselves. they can't run the risk of it got another important job for rehnquist at this point, with these two vacancies, wishes he is supposed to be running a committee to declassify documents and nixon and his diabolical authors, and rehnquist i'm sure doesn't know this, but with the white house tapes came out later, turns the reason he was rehnquist to do this is because he believes that he can get these documents declassified, he can use them to bang the image of the kennedy family, particularly bob kennedy and share k. and even ted kennedy, who he sees as a potential rival in the coming election. so the declassification of documents, nixon once rehnquist to handle so he can the documents out. when it turns that rehnquist isn't going fast enough, nixon and his other folks the
and harlan need to work together to investigate this further and we can advise you what your options are. >> well, our options are, number one, the existing law, is it not? the prevailing wage? >> compliance with the law is existing, but in terms of what your options with respect to whether or not you can anticipate that this contractor would again breach that requirement, what your remedy is for their action. >> right now you have to research the law to see what the remedy is? >> right. what your options are in terms of precluding them from bidding on your contracts in the future. i mean, you'd essentially be excluding them or finding them to be less qualified because of this prior error. and i can't tell you without investigating the circumstances to know what limitation you can put on their ability to bid on city contracts. >> my comment is if you're violating the law, you shouldn't benefit? >> if you are found to have violated the law previously, it doesn't mean that you're necessarily automatically precluded from bidding on other public works. >> [speaker not understood] of time, th
name and who question any member of the panel you like. i will start with harlan almond. >> the report that came up five years ago began, "make no mistake. nato is losing in afghanistan." was slightly softened that to say the u.s. is not winning. frankly, i am much more pessimistic, particularly concerning the security transition. barring some wild card events -- india-pakistan, and that is not looking particularly good, or an attack on iran, which would change the calculus -- it seems to me that the level of american and western forces required to support the afghan army -- i agree the police are in a much more difficult situation -- by some counts would require in excess of 50,000 people, including contractors, because the afghan army has no air support, medical support, logistics, etc. salaries would run $4 billion a year. who is going to pay them? the obama administration is not likely to cut and run. you see signs in the press to get down to a lower level. level of 6000 is around. if that was to take place, under the afghan security forces operate without the support in forms of a
of attack or against the new deal or in the 1950's with john marshall harlan nominating the supreme court in 1855 and the study showing that he's asked about a visual was some and the founding fathers three times and they were asked to think 50 times more. the president and vice president in the constitutional law they don't talk about the founding fathers. as much as this group does. so why the contemporary conservatives grab on to this as such a basis for political and legal argument. why this and why now? >> guest: i think because of its rhetorical power. it's going to be invoked for their religion. i think that a lot of people don't have a good understanding of the founding generation. i've discovered this the hard way when i was writing the book i asked my son if you could name to founding fathers and he told me it would be benjamin franklin and chuck morris. [laughter] >> host: don't tell his history teacher. >> guest: so we have i think a high level of misunderstanding which makes it very easy to manipulate. but everyone and a case that they were good people. every become a pretty
harlan, one of my colleagues to this study showing original was on, the founding fathers john roberts in 2005 has asked 50 times more. our president and vice president and former professors don't talk about what the founding fathers fought at least as much as this group does so why have the contender they conservatives who grabbed on to this as such a basis for political recourse? why them, why this and why now? >> guest: i think because of its rhetorical power. the founding ethos is always going to be invoked for the rhetorical legitimacy. i think that there is a lot of people that don't have a good understanding of the founding generation. i discovered this the hard way when i was writing the book i asked my 14 year old son if he could name to founding fathers and he told me of the benjamin franklin and chuck norris. >> guest: we have a high level of understanding and makes it easy to manipulate and then there's a search everyone agrees the vast majority of americans want to be aligned with the founders and don't know it means to be in line with the founders and so they're very susc
. others including labor expert harlan shaken says otherwise. >> what's often overlooked is things attracting a higher of w benefiting in the bay area because there's more purchasing power in the economy because the working poor spend every penny. >> that was fox' caralu reporting. with the increase to $10.55 an hour, workers in san francisco now make more than $3 above the federal minimum wage which stands at $7.25 an hour. >>> in this morning's health alert, a potential reason why some of us are packing on the pounds. a new study found that fructose can trigger brain changes that may lead to overeating. scientists say the brain doesn't register the feeling of being full after people drink a fructose beverage as it does when simple glucose is consumed. high fructose corn syrup is a sugary substance added to many processed food and beverages. >>> doctors maintain recess is crucial for kids in more ways than one. pediatricians say recess should be a part of every kid's day and never be taken away as a form of punishment. a new study finds that children just like adults need ample
and in spite of things you may read in some places, the great harlan howard wrote this song. ♪ god may forgive you, but i won't ♪ ♪ does jesus, but i don't ♪ ♪ they don't have to live with you, neither do i ♪ ♪ ♪ imus in the morning ♪ >> from washington d.c. to notre dame university. we live in a culture riddled with hoaxes and deception, i am he' charles payne and this is no hoax. stuart will be back tomorrow. today here is the big story. immediately following president obama's big announcement on gun control featuring young children, the n.r.a. told its members to quote, brace for the fight of the century. there are serious doubts whether assaults weapons ban can pass in the house, more deception, a week after the transportation secretary said it would be safe for the boeing dreamliner, f.a.a. grounds all boeing dreamliners, and perhaps the biggest hoax of them all, the notre dame star, manti te'o, the story that captivated the story that she died, was he in on it and lance armstrong, ioc stripped him from medal from the 2000 games just for good measures. no lies
to any of the panel you like, and i'll start with harlan. l. >> thanks. i'm harlan oldman. the report that frank kramer mentioned came out about five years began: make no mistake, nato is losing in afghanistan. we slightly son that to say that make no mistake, the west is not winning. quite frankly, i'm much, much more pessimistic marley concerning the security -- particularly concerning the security transition. barring some wildcard events -- india/pakistan and that is not looking particularly good, or an attack on iran which would change the calculus -- it seems to me the level of western forces required to support the afghan army, and i agree the police are a different and much more difficult situation, by some counts would require probably in excess of 50,000 people including contractors because the afghan army has got no air, it's got no fire support, it's got no medical support logistics, etc., etc., etc. on top of that, the salaries are going to run around $4 billion a year. who's going to pay them? my sense, to add to this pessimism, is that the obama administration is very li
will start with harlan ullman. -- almond. >> the report that came up five years ago began, "make no mistake. nato is losing in afghanistan." was slightly softened that to say the u.s. is not winning. frankly, i am much more pessimistic, particularly concerning the security transition. barring some wild card events -- india-pakistan, and that is not looking particularly good, or an attack on iran, which would change the calculus -- it seems to me that the level of american and western forces required to support the afghan army -- i agree the police are in a much more difficult situation -- by some counts would require in excess of 50,000 people, including contractors, because the afghan army has no air support, medical support, logistics, etc. celeries would run $4 billion a year. -- salaries would run $4 billion a year. who is going to pay them? the obama administration is not likely to cut and run. you see signs in the press to get down to a lower level. level of 6000 is around. if that was to take place, under the afghan security forces operate without the support in forms of air, logisti
changes of defense economy. let's do two more questions. right there behind. >> i'm harlan. thank you for this wonderful discussion so far. i find it telling, however, that one term that did not come up so far, in terms of strategy budget is made a. is nato relevant? is it a relic? how could we improve it? >> it's not an accident, comrade, as the old soviets used to say. you know, the one region of the world where it does seem to me we can >> all the way in the back there. >> thank you. i'm retired from the foreign service. i'd like to ask members of the panel their thoughts on the idea if a little higher expenditure on the use of intelligence might be able to lower expenditures on operational capabilities, force structures or equipment. for example, maybe a better use of intelligence would have shown how hollowed out the soviet economy. or also perhaps on weapons of mass destruction in iran. so is it possible that hiring relatively small degree of higher expenditures on intelligence would have a big effect on lower expenditures elsewhere? >> i think we have to differentiate between t
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